Occasionally, a wayward chicken will roost in a tree outside the coop, says Glenn Drowns, co-owner of Sand Hill Preservation Center
in Calamus, Iowa, which sells heritage poultry breeds.
The Sand Hill Preservation Center is a family run seed and poultry company out of Calamus, IA.
There are other people and companies working very hard to alleviate this problem, but you can reach Sand Hill Preservation Center by writing to them at: 1878 230th St., Calamus, IA 52929-9659; firstname.lastname@example.org.
I know that Sand Hill Preservation Center
in Iowa offers autumn specials, and it's worth looking around for similar deals.
* Glenn and Linda Drowns, Sand Hill Preservation Center
, Heirloom Seeds and Poultry, Calamus, Iowa.
In the deep, sandy soil at Sand Hill Preservation Center
in Calamus, Iowa, cucurbit expert Glenn Drowns grows melons in hills spaced 6 feet apart.
The ALBC has led the movement, supported by private breeders such as Reese and Glenn Drowns of Calamus, Iowa, who focuses on the preservation of poultry, including turkeys, through his Sand Hill Preservation Center
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